This is a painting that anyone associated with the performing arts would relate to. It is a group of harlequin musicians and like every musical group some are performing and some might be at rest. The prostrate blue haired lady in the foreground is ultimately unattached to the musical group. It is delivered with relatively heavy impasto but where faces are evident the delivery was not accomplished with a palate knife but a brush or a number of brushes.
The colors are dark brown blacks browns gray browns and various other colors designed to offset the colorful clothing worn by the musicians and the blue haired lady.
gesso, sanded masonite, utrecht oil paint, acrylic clear spray